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Overlooking the village of Montignac in France’s Dordogne region, the Lascaux Caves are an underground art treasure, classified as a Unesco World Heritage site. Videographie on the 80th anniversary of the discovery of the caves.VIDEOGRAPHIC

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Coronavirus lockdown breathes new life into medieval French mill | AFP

At the family mill “Moulin de l’Evêque” in Dordogne, southwest France, the coronavirus epidemic couldn’t have hit at a better time. After 15 years of work refurbishing the 14th century mill, Elie Coustaty and his family are now running at full speed, and demand for their flour has turned their business into a true pot of white gold.

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Britons abroad in limbo as Brexit clock ticks down

With the clock ticking down to a much-feared no-deal Brexit, unless Britain obtains a last-minute postponement from Brussels, many people in Eymet, a picturesque village in the Dordogne region of France are still adopting a wait-and-see approach.

Lascaux caves

Overlooking the village of Montignac in France’s Dordogne region, the Lascaux Caves are an underground art treasure, classified as a Unesco World Heritage site. Discovered in 1940, the site was closed to the public in 1963 because high visitor numbers were causing damage to the paintings. VIDEOGRAPHIC

Lascaux caves

Overlooking the village of Montignac in France’s Dordogne region, the Lascaux Caves are an underground art treasure, classified as a Unesco World Heritage site. Discovered in 1940, the site was closed to the public in 1963 because high visitor numbers were causing damage to the paintings. VIDEOGRAPHIC